Pam Ganly: Honour a Life
Pam’s gift was inspired by her parents’ generosity
“Even though their lives had not been directly affected by leukaemia, they understood blood cancers caused devastation for many families and knew money was desperately needed for research and patient support.”
Pam Ganly was inspired to leave a gift in her Will after seeing her parents support the Leukaemia Foundation since it started in 1975.
Pam wanted to honour her parents’ lives by continuing their generous spirit in the fight against blood cancer.
“Leaving a gift in your Will gives you the opportunity to support something you and your family are passionate about – like helping to beat blood cancers.”
Like Pam, you too can honour a loved one or even honour your own life by leaving a gift in your Will.
Your Will is the only way you can confidently ensure your affairs will be handled in the way you wish.
After taking care of your loved ones, leaving a gift in your Will to the Leukaemia Foundation honours all Australians living with blood cancer.
If you would like confidential assistance regarding establishing a gift in your Will please contact:
Emma Quigley, Gifts in Wills Officer
Phone: 07 3318 4459
Mobile: 0435 962 162
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